Books to Read on Valentine’s Day

Today is Valentine's Day and, love it or hate it, there's a lot going on today. I definitely fall into the later category myself. So whether you're up for romance or in the mood to avoid it at all costs, I've come up with a list of books to read for either category. Bring on... Continue Reading →

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The Matchmaker’s List Blog Tour!

Sonya Lalli's debut novel, The Matchmaker's List, follows Raina as she struggles with the pressures of her family and her culture in regards to getting married. Her best friend is set to be married on Raina's 30th birthday and with her ex-boyfriend still looming in her mind, Raina is having a hard time handling the stress of her crazy busy investment job on top of all the blind dates her grandmother is setting her up with. I was lucky enough to have a chance to ask Sonya a few questions regarding her amazing book!

REVIEW: The Little Book Cafe

Thank you to NetGalley for providing me with a copy of the ARC This collection of Georgia Hill's The Little Book Cafe trilogy follows the lives of three small-town women as they re-evaluate their relationships, their goals, and their lives in general. When I requested the book through NetGalley, I went into thinking cheesy Hallmark-movie romance, but... Continue Reading →

REVIEW: Never Anyone But You

I have a rather intense weakness for books set during World War II, especially when it focuses on the people fighting the good fight at home rather in a battle field setting. I also have an even bigger weakness for WLW stories. Never Anyone But You is the fictional retelling of the very real lives of... Continue Reading →

REVIEW: When Katie Met Cassidy

Yet another Book of the Month Club suggestion, I got Camille Perri's When Katie Met Cassidy on my Kobo as some light-hearted reading that I felt I needed. Plus, when I read this towards the end of June, it was a great way to send off Pride Month. The story focuses on Katie as her social life is crumbling... Continue Reading →

REVIEW: Bookish Boyfriends

I received an advanced copy of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review I requested this book when I saw it on NetGalley because I thought it sounded like a fluffy piece of mindless reading in which a high school girl dates her way through the boys of classic literature. Instead, what... Continue Reading →

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